London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2014: House Of Holland

14/08/2014 16:39 | Updated 20 May 2015

Let's cut to the end: the House of Holland show completely killed it. This Autumn/Winter 2014 line was all about "Rich Bitch" girls (the quilted bombers said so) and "Debauched Debutantes".

Lucia Pica and the Mac Pro Team coined this collection one inspired by those 1980s/1990s Tatler girls. The rich, rebellious ones. This fleet was fearless and who better to lead the pack than Sam Rollinson. In metallic joggers and pom-pom heels *crushes hard*.

LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 15:  A model walks the runway at the House of Holland show during London Fashion Week AW14 at The Old Sorting Office on February 15, 2014 in London, England.  (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)

Standout pieces dripped with sequins, metallic pencil skirts were teamed with slogan tees and backpacks and matchy prints were layered up. And the shoes? Velvet heels with oversized pearls threaded through the laces.

Then there was Look 32, THAT sequin tunic dress (green and blue colourways, an utter dream) which Kelly Osbourne told us backstage was her favourite piece. Agreed, but actually we'd wear every single item.

FYI being in Henry's popping pink posse is easy, you just have to go all out with the following looks:

1. Sequin on sequin. Or anything remotely sparkly, glossy and bright. Mix in it all, you're taking girly-girl to all new realms of rebellion because cocktails and smokes are your thing. Darling.

2. Ripped denims and ruffle. More is more and you know it.

3. Velvet. The shoes, the embellished-with-lipsticks-and-champagne-glasses dresses AND the bags.

We couldn't want to be a HOH harlot more, check out the full collection right here. Cocktail while you do so? Absolutely...

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